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How will Canada’s steel industry stack up against Trump’s new ‘Buy American’ quota? – Global News

Should Canada’s steel industry be gouged again by U.S. trade policies, the federal government would “vigorously defend” its interest. An official speaking on background confirmed that its defence would include…

B.C. mining company seeks injunction that could set stage for showdown with First Nation – Toronto Star

July 16, 2019 VANCOUVER—Lawyers for a First Nation and a B.C. mining company will go head-to-head in a courtroom later this month, with both sides asking the court to intervene…

Daniel Masuzumi elected chief of Fort Good Hope – CBC

Masuzumi unseats incumbent Wilfred McNeely Jr. July 16, 2019 Daniel Masuzumi is the new chief of Fort Good Hope, N.W.T. Electoral officer Audrey Edgi posted a photo of handwritten results…

US firm fined $2.9M for fuel spill that soiled BC First Nation territory – Westerly News

The Nathan E. Stewart spilled 110,000 litres of diesel and heavy oils in October 2016 July 17, 2019 The company responsible for a fuel spill that contaminated the fishing territory…

Mi’kmaw lawyer who could be Nova Scotia’s first Indigenous MP focused on uniting Cape Bretoners, reducing poverty and climate change – Toronto Star

July 16, 2019 HALIFAX—Jaime Battiste could make history this fall as Nova Scotia’s first-ever Indigenous member of Parliament. It would be an important milestone, but the federal Liberal candidate for Sydney-Victoria is…

iPolitics AM: Trudeau heads to Montreal as Canada-EU summit gets underway – iPolitics

July 17, 2019 ALSO TODAY: Singh continues QC tour in Drummondville — Scheer hits the stage in Saskatoon Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is set to spend the next two days trumpeting…

BC Workers Benefit From Public Infrastructure Through Community Benefits Agreements – Business Examiner

15 July 2019 BRITISH COLUMBIA – Taxpayers are getting more than just the project on the blueprint with B.C.’s new construction framework. Under a Community Benefits Agreement (CBA), major public…

Two APTN staffers win NAJA Free Press award – APTN News

July 15, 2019 The Native American Journalists Association (NAJA) has singled out two APTN journalists for upholding freedom of the press. Karyn Pugliese and Justin Brake will receive the Elias…

Shanghai-constructed rooms for new hotel on their way to Iqaluit – CBC

Hotel rooms are prefabricated, complete with television and furniture Jul 16, 2019 The owners of a hotel project in Iqaluit are taking a different approach to combat the high price…

US tug firm to be sentenced for 2016 spill in BC First Nation’s territory – Bowen Island Undercurrent

July 15, 2019 BELLA BELLA, B.C. — A Texas-based company is scheduled to be sentenced after pleading guilty to a diesel spill from a tug boat that ran aground and…

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